Los Angeles rockers DEAD GIRLS ACADEMY have premiered the pulsing, captivatingly cinematic, sonically and visually arousing, anthem inducing new music video for “No Way Out” from their debut full-length album, Alchemy. Alchemy was written and produced by Ronnie Radke of Falling In Reverse and mixed and mastered by Michael “Elvis” Baskette (Trivium, Sevendust, Alter Bridge). This video proves that in your face, pissed off, rebellious, rock music is alive and well in 2018 and still breaking the rules.
“Jealousy is rampant in Hollywood,” preludes Orlando when asked about the meaning behind the video. “I was addicted to toxic relationships and as a result, I tend to attract toxic women that are easily envious. The ‘No Way Out’ video is meant to take you on a journey through my mindset during one of these relationships. You see our lead antagonist bluntly cheating on me, verbally abusing me and basically torturing me all around. As for the manipulation and jealousy, my favorite scene comes when she floats with her red cloak and her easily influenced followers spit blood on command. The end of the video is meant to show that perpetuating madness that was my life for so long, it gave me straight chills watching it! The true story is I clawed and fought like hell to keep the relationship together but in the end, I was dumped on Valentine’s Day with nothing but a chair in an empty apartment.”